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Okay group thanks for all your help thru this process. Attached is a You tube link that should take you to a film I made of the finished project. If the link does not work for you go to You tube and do a search for Art Nalley or Art85292. Again Thanks.
Last edited by Bigdog on Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:45 am, edited 1 time in total.
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You did a good job Art. Nice tractor. Enjoyed you story and video.
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Great vid and great looking cub! Family history with that cub
Nice looking Cub. Great job on the video, it made me feel like I was standing right there with you and you were talking straight to me.
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Good job Art. Now all you have to do is wait for the grass to grow.
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Thanks for the very easy going video. You did a nice job on the tractor, video, and in making your audience feel at home with you! Steve K.
Nice job Art!
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Thank you Art, that was neat.
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Glad ya’ll like the Video and my tractor (Sweet Thang). I also have a blog on Goggle titled Redneck Heritage Network where I like to do short stories from time to time. Attached is a link to a somewhat funny story I wrote a few years ago about working thru a short on the tractor. Hope ya’ll enjoy. The Software I use on the video is called Studio 15, cost about 100 and very easy to use.
http://redneckheritagenetwork.blogspot. ... -mind.html
very nice video, what color is the cub? I dont thing I have ever sow that shad before.
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Boss Hog: The Paint is called Old IH Red (TP 905) put out by Tisco. The label says it is Heavy Duty Industrial Enamel and contains Rust Arrestor's. If I remember correctly you can order it thru a site called Yesterday's Tractors. I used a clear coat over the tope of it.
Enjoyed the video, very well done I like your Cub and the mower. Very nicely job You have lots to be porud of.
Wish I would have grabbed the Camera and had a picture of Genny filming her part (the second half). She had her PJ’s on with a mink coat. It was cold out there, but she is a good one. I guess the country song is true…. Girls love country boys!
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